...I try to bridge the gap to show how the math represents the real world and also to look at alternatives in teaching and visualizing the key concepts. Algebra II is often difficult for students because they have trouble seeing the link between the equations (which are abstract) and the real world...
Livingston, NJView Tutor
...There are two basic types of college linear algebra course. The first type emphasizes concrete calculations with matrices of real numbers. The second considers abstract vector spaces over arbitrary fields, and emphasizes proofs of all theorems.
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...Students usually see how verbal proportions are analogies. I focus on the common ideas in Grammar and Reading Comprehension and use paper cutouts to elucidate the tricky "Abilities" section of the TACHS. I use expected value and other mathematical techniques to teach optimal strategies for test taking.
Brooklyn, NYView Tutor
I have tutored both fellow students and family members in this specific math subject many times over the years. Students have ranged from children to adults, so I can adjust to any age or learning style. I am currently a junior year Electrical Engineering student at NJIT.
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